One block down, at # 427, stands the restored 1830s townhouse where, in 1904, the Lambeck family resided. As mentioned earlier in the thread, Mrs. Albertina Lambeck remains one of the bettter known survivors, by nature of her having been profiled on page 1 of the "First Day" edition of the New York Times. As related by the Times, she had run shrieking through the corridors of Lincoln Hospital, burned and with her head wrapped in bandages, crazed by the loss of her five children. Ultimately her ordeal had a bittersweet ending: Herman(14) and Dora(11) Lambeck survived, but Ernest(9) Henry(6) and Albert(3) were lost. A 1904 interview with Albertina appears earlier in this thread.